Invest Inc. launches $200k tournament and $18m Reg A+ to redefine retail investing

Rick Steves

The advanced trading platform, offering personalized, AI-driven market insights and tools to retail investors, was built in partnership with renowned financial software provider Devexperts.

Invest Inc. has announced a $200,000 trading tournament and an $18 million Reg A+ common stock offering as part of its mission to disrupt retail investing.

With a shared mission to democratize the world of trading, the founders of Invest Inc. set out to build a platform that would empower retail traders by offering them the same cutting-edge tools and resources enjoyed by major wealth management firms, but at minimal or no cost.

Invest Inc.’s advanced platform built by Devexperts

This ambitious project aimed to balance the scales ensuring that every investor, regardless of background or experience, could harness the full potential of the market.

The advanced trading platform, offering personalized, AI-driven market insights and tools to retail investors, was built in partnership with renowned financial software provider Devexperts.

The platform provides a wealth of valuable data, including institutional-quality market insights and tools such as alerts, stock screener, Level 2 data, for making well-informed investment decisions at little to no cost, making it an essential tool for every investor.

Devexperts delivered a trading platform featuring supervised and unsupervised machine-learning algorithms, so that it learns from user behavior data, content analysis of investment news articles, and external factors such as market trends and economic indicators, to continually serve more personalized content. To do this, the platform uses real-time market data, historical financials, detailed analyst consensus estimates, valuation metrics, S3 short data, SEC filings, and transcripts to power portfolio monitoring, research tools, and trackers.

$200,000 prize pool and $18m Reg A+ offering

The trading tournament offers a prize pool of $200,000 so that thousands of retail investors and home traders can showcase their skills and compete for substantial rewards, while harnessing sophisticated strategies used by institutional investors, potentially transforming their financial success.

The $200,000 trading tournament is Invest Inc.’s inaugural monthly/quarterly trading competition.

As to the $18 million Reg A+ common stock offering, the fundraising initiative allows investors to become shareholders in the company and be part of its journey to redefine retail investing.

Investors have access to comprehensive information about the offering, potential risks, and the company’s financial health, empowering them to make informed decisions.

Marc McNeill, CEO of Invest Inc., said: “With our Reg A+ offering, we aim to provide individuals with a unique opportunity to be part of a transformative force in the investment world. We’re inviting investors to join us on our mission to democratize investment opportunities and revolutionize the retail investing experience.”

John Small, CFO of Invest Inc, commented: “Our goal is to create a vibrant community of investors who believe in the power of democratized investment opportunities. We want to redefine what it means to be an investor and open up a world of possibilities.”

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